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    05 RXP Steering Cable...

    Near the end of the year last year my steering started to become sticky. So I bought a new cable for this year and have just now gotten around to installing it. I have everything disconnected, but I cannot seem to get the cable thru the rear of the hull. It seems to be getting caught up on a metal fitting of some sort. It wont push or pull thru. Any input would be great.

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    Anyone else have this problem?

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    you have to undo the nut in the pump well where it comes thru the hull. I found it easier to remove the pump to do this given the tight area. Then after you remove the nut there is a C-clip behind it holding it in. if you pull on the cable from the rear just a tad the C-clips will fall out. Then you can pull the cable out thru the inside.


    PS: you will have to remove the connector on the end to pull it thru.

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    oh, and yes...

    I am currently going thru the same issue. I am trying too find a new cable right now to order.

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